For the satellite operator SES, the use of the MeluXina supercomputer is particularly interesting for optimising satellite performance and spectrum allocation.
Access to MeluXina's capabilities fosters genuine advances in satellite and space innovation efforts. For the satellite operator SES, the use of the MeluXina supercomputer is particularly interesting for optimising satellite performance and spectrum allocation. In other words, resources such as spectrum and transmission power must be constantly allocated in an optimal manner in order to maximise system performance.
Therefore, to enhance the performance of its satellites, SES has to use software systems based on complex algorithms and perform hundreds of tests before these new satellite systems become operational. These tests require high levels of computing power. Thanks to MeluXina, SES can test various multi-orbit scenarios in real time and easily overcome the limitations of conventional computing capabilities. As such, the computing power of the supercomputer makes it possible to generate the optimisation scenarios that enable SES to provide the best possible service to its customers.
MeluXina's services will thus be able to serve millions of users worldwide in every sector imaginable, such as telecommunications, internet services, business and energy, as well as connectivity on board ships and aircraft.